This pumpkin centerpiece is inspired by a pumpkin candle centerpiece that I saw at my local Marshall's store. I used the popular Fall Pumpkin Wreath Forms from Dollar Tree to make this pumpkin wire centerpiece! I used a CRICUT machine to cut the leaves but if you don't have a cutting machine, you can download the FREE PDF on my blog. Download the SVG for Free on my blog as well!
Gather Supplies. Watch the video below for more instructions and pictures.
Carefully bend one pumpkin in the inside of the other pumpkin. You want to create a "ball" shape.
If any if your pumpkin wire pieces break off while bending, re-attach with E6000 glue and a clothing pin (see video for reference).Use zip ties to attach the 2 pumpkins together to hold the ball shape. You might need an extra set of hands to hold the wires while you zip tie them together. I used 2 zip ties per wire.
Clip the ends of the zipties off.
Glue the candle plate in the center bottom.
Cut the leaves (I cute about 40 of them).
Now for the fun part! Use a glue gun to attach the leaves to each wire.
Then finish the leaves off with some E6000 glue... this will make sure they stay put since the glue from the glue gun could break off later.
Spray Paint the entire thing with silver spray paint.